Pubs with accommodation
Visitors to London have quite a choice of places to stay the night. From grand, upmarket hotels to small, family-run bed-and-breakfast affairs, there is something for everyone. If you are planning a short break in the city, however, what could be better than spending the night at the pub? An evening of vibrant company and good beer becomes even better if you only have to go upstairs when you are finished for the night! These days, there are relatively few London pubs providing both high-quality real ale and overnight accommodation, but they are there if you know where to look.
Harrison, 28 Harrison Street, WC1H 8JF. Four modern style en-suite rooms were added. Three of the rooms are doubles and one can sleep three people. Harrison
New Inn , 2 Allitsen Road, NW8 6LA. The pub has five bed and breakfast rooms. Three of these are doubles and two twin. New Inn
Railway Hotel, 45 East Street, Bromley BR1 1QQ . This Victorian pub has seven bedrooms comprise singles, doubles and a dormitory room containing six beds. Guests have free entry to evening entertainment. Railway
Red Cow, 59 Sheen Road, Richmond TW9 1YJ. There are four en-suite double/twin bedrooms and the continental-style breakfast can be changed to full English (or Irish) by arrangement. Red Cow
Rose & Crown Hotel, 55 High Street, Wimbledon SW19 5BA. The hotel has eight double rooms, four twin bedded rooms, one superior double (family room) and one feature double (which can also double up as a family room). Rooms are available for disabled guests. Red & Crown
Sanctuary House Hotel, 33 Tothill Street, SW1H 9LA. There are 34 rooms including Superior Double and Twins and Deluxe Doubles. Sanctuary